Snap, Facebook, Pop: Sriram Krishnan joins Twitter as senior director of product

In the ever-moving musical chairs that is the tech industry, Twitter has added a new person to its product team. Sriram Krishnan is now senior director of product at the social media platform. He anno

Machine learning can tell if you’re wearing swap-meet Louie

A wise man once said “The hat mighta had a L V on the back but at the swap meet that ain’t jack,” and now researchers can ensure that the Louis Vuitton or Prada or Coach you bought i

Dear Clients, Please Stop: Ten Ways Founders Sabotage Themselves

I spend my Saturdays <strike>ranting</strike> opining here on TechCrunch, but I spend my work weeks writing software, building apps, sites, and services for the fine startup-to-Fortune-500 clients of

Foundation Video: Melody McCloskey Of StyleSeat On Getting Investors Involved In A Beauty Startup

In the most recent episode of my <a target="_blank" href="">Foundation</a> video series, I sat down with the founder of <a target="_blank" href="">StyleSea

Shopping Engine Rolls Out Premium Pricing: “When To Buy” Recommendations Now $5 Per Month

<a target="_blank" href=""></a>, the shopping search engine that tells consumers both what and when to buy, is introducing its premium level of service today. Starting

Facebook’s Big Challenge: Building A Stable Platform For Developers While Maintaining User Experience

Today at The TC CrunchUp at the Fox Theater in Redwood City, a group of founders and entrepreneurs took the stage to talk about the future of Facebook's platform, where it's been and where it's going

Habits Are The New Viral: Why Startups Must Be Behavior Experts

Face it; you’re hooked. It’s your uncontrollable urge to check for email notifications on your phone. It’s your compulsion to visit Facebook or Twitter for just a few minutes, but somehow find y

Spare Me From “Product Guys”

We're seeing people move away from finance and law and towards a culture of building things. It's great to see more people seek careers in technology. The problem, I find, is that so many people appro